Cancer Drugs Used To Shrink Tumors Found To Promote Their Growth Instead

Dec 30, 2008 by

Cancer Drugs Used To Shrink Tumors Found To Promote Their Growth Instead

Most of the time, I am a harsh critic of many areas of conventional medicine, and in particular, conventional cancer treatment. In fact, how it can pass off as “treatment”, I have no idea.

Bottom line – conventional cancer therapy only concentrates on the tumor. In doing so, it is dealing with the wrong thing, and that explains, in large part, its woeful results.

I would even go as far as to say, in many areas of health and healing, conventional medicine does not even know what it is doing, and its methods and protocols often worsen the very conditions and situations which it is supposed to improve. This fact is rarely publicized, but is so prevalent every single day.

Recent research at the Moores Cancer Center at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) in La Jolla has found that anti-angiogenesis drugs, which are supposed to weaken blood vessels so that they would not “feed” malignant tumors, actualize end up normalizing and strengthening blood vessels instead. This means that these drugs can actually cause tumors to grow!

Read more on how cancer drugs used to shrink tumors in fact promote their growth at Cancer Research Information.com.

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